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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    Careful La Habana great and full of Culture City, has problems like all the cities in the World, first, carefull with local people always try to keep well all your valuable Sutffs (passport, money) because it's usual the pick poketing in all the city, remember don't accept the touring to the Paladares (local food restaurantes in houses) because it can cost you double because the give comission to the guy that guide you to those places. You can Enjoy Cuba with all the cares you need for a save travel and try to always let your passport at the safebox in the Hotel.
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    Bring as much of your own food as you can - most of the food in Havana is barely edible.
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    drink mojito and daiquiri there :D
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    Havana... where does one start and where does one end... perhaps at the Malecon, the sea-front of Cuba with its wind-swept air... but there is so much to see and do and experience in Havana... first go to the Partagas and the Romeo y Julieta cigar factories (both are open and closed on somewhat different days) and get yourself acquainted with this most Cuban of things... buy yourself a few (Romeo and Juliet, Cohiba and Monte Cristo are good), though its much better to buy it through a local Cuban... perhaps your host if you are staying with a family (highly recommended) as it is significantly cheaper ... then enjoy them over a Mojito at one of the many cocktail bars in Havana...perhaps that colourful one full of graffiti and postcards that Ernest Hemingway used to frequent... also visit Hemingway's room at the hotel Ambos Mundos where he stayed and wrote for quite a while ... the room is still maintained as it is with some of his belongings displayed... of course, the Museo Revolucion is unmissable... go there to get a full rundown on the revolution, Fidel Castro, Che, Batista, and the lot...it has interesting artefacts, letters, photographs and other paraphernalia...as you come out of it, there are the quaintest cars parked in front (not that there is any shortage of quaint vintage cars in Havana or Cuba)... but these are taxis, so take a ride...go to the impressive Presidential Palace too and to the Habana Libre for more of history...but don't miss the non-serious stuff too ... like feasting on ice-cream at Coppelia (an institution for local Cubans), dancing or learning salsa or tango at one of the local bars, and listening to Cuban bands playing at one of the many outside or inside restaurants and bars all over Havana ... while you engage in the serious business of downing Mojitos and chomping on your cigar or cigarillo ...
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    To Cuba, always bring Euros or canadian dollars never USD, and look for an historic bar in la vieja Habana, "La bodeguita de en medio"
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    Get a mojito in de Hemmingway bar and write something on the wall!
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    Always check the prices on menus when ordering. You are inevitably going to become a victim of a waiter trying to earn an extra tip with a non existing item in your bill.
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    The capital of Cuba! The best city I have ever been!!! Full of surprises and culture! Quite expensive for tourists but it's worth it's price.
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    Zalige stad... ademt rust uit en toch bruist ze. Mooie auto's en zalige hangmatten :p
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    Havana, Havana & Surrounding Region, Cuba
    Coppelia
    Los mejores helados del mundo
    Av. 23 e/ K y L
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